When you suffer from dizziness and balance issues, every time you stand or try to walk anywhere can cause you anxiety and worry. While your balance may not falter every time you get up and go, there is always a chance. You may think that this is simply a reality that you will just have to deal with. However, this is not the case. There are treatment options that may help you with your dizziness and balance issues so that you can get back to living a life unburdened by frequent problems with your balance. Get to know a few of those treatment options so that you can give them a try as soon as possible.
Vestibular Physical Therapy
Vestibular physical therapy, also known as vestibular rehabilitation is a form of treatment that is provided by a physical therapist. It focuses on performing exercises that help restore balance and ensure …Read More
Researchers have found that 63% of Americans aren’t getting enough sleep during the week. A lack of sleep can impact your overall quality of life, from affecting your productivity at work to making you too tired to enjoy time with family and friends. For married couples, being tired can lead to bickering, stress, and a less-than-ideal romantic life. If you want to keep your marriage going strong, here are a few things to consider.
1. Put down the phone.
It’s late at night, and you’re curled up on the couch or in bed with your partner . . . but instead of enjoying each other’s company, you’re staring at your own phones or tablets. If this scenario is a familiar one in your house, you might want to rethink your evening ritual.
Personal devices can keep you up later than normal, as studies have shown, because they keep your brain …Read More
The great thing about the internet is having thousands of articles’ worth of information right at your fingertips. The bad thing about the internet, however, is that those thousands of articles may or may not be true. Differentiating the myths about hearing aids from the actual truths can be hard and labor-intensive – but there are some basic myths (and some interesting truths) that you should know about if you or a loved one wear a hearing aid. So if you’re interested in learning, rather than sifting through information, then here’s what you need to know.
Only Elderly People Get Hearing Loss: MYTH
Not even close – it turns out that a whopping 65% of those with hearing loss are under the age of 65. No matter what your age – or if you feel like you’re not “old enough” to have reduced hearing – you should always be open …Read More